The guy is always expected to initiate, which means risking rejection and embarrassment. An introverted guy may not know WHERE to begin meeting women. A shy guy may be too sensitive to getting positive signals or “green lights” from a woman before showing her he’s interested by asking her out, asking for her phone number, going for the kiss, etc.If he doesn’t have a huge social circle, knows dating women from work is usually a bad idea, and hates loud bars or clubs with their drunken teenagers… I know you’d rather avoid major embarrassment and you also just don’t want to make her uncomfortable.In this video, I talk about why it’s so much more difficult for a guy who is shy, quiet and introverted like you to get a girlfriend or even a date.(By the way, click here for the free report I mention at the end of the video called “3 Simple Steps To Overcome Shyness Around Girls.” — I guarantee you’ll love this! On the other hand, this will almost never happen to a guy.For example, that most basic of doubts experienced on any first date – “do they like me? ” Because relationships cause us to put more “on the line” when we become close to someone else, anxiety can lead to people either ending a relationship they’re hurt or to avoid relationships in the first place.” – is usually confirmed or rejected pretty quickly. That reaction then reinforces the feeling that relationships and intimacy are a dangerous area and makes us more suspicious to enter into them again.The truth, however, is that how we get along with each other is a complex, multi-layered thing – just as likely to be impacted by anxious thoughts or phobias as any other aspect of life.In fact, because of both the external pressures of the expectations portrayed by modern media and the internal pressures that come with becoming close to someone else, relationships can provide a playing field for strong negative thoughts and emotions.
Educating yourself can also relieve a lot of the stress.so a girl could like you for years without you ever knowing and asking her out. I’m speaking from personal experience as well as YEARS of interacting with shy guys who can’t seem to attract a girlfriend even though they are intelligent, not ugly, and good people.So that’s one of the four things I talk about in the video: 1.Most people experience a bit of social anxiety from time to time, such as when we walk into a room full of people we do not know, or when we have to stand up and give a speech in front of others.But social anxiety can become problematic, and might even be diagnosed as an anxiety disorder when it causes substantial interference in one's life.